Jim has been with WCBE since 1996. Before that he worked as a reporter at another Columbus radio station, and for three newspapers in Southwest Florida.
A Central Ohio firefighter is the state's first amputee to return to his job.
Westerville police are looking for more suspects and victims in a multi-state wire fraud case.
The New Albany physician charged with killing a pregnant Pataskala woman will be on house arrest while he awaits his trial scheduled for early May.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has issued an unusual statewide crime alert.
Triple-A says the statewide average price for a gallon of regular gasoline is 3 dollars and 80 cents this week, up 15 cents from last week and up 50 cents from the same period last month.
Former Dayton funeral home owner Scherrie McLin has pleaded not guilty to charges of stealing more than 200-thousand dollars in prepaid funeral expenses for her personal use.
A Marysville man has pleaded guilty to federal charges of enticing into sex a 12-year-old Connecticut girl he met at a cheerleading competition.
A Clark County judge has found a former Wittenberg University professor not guilty of raping a 19-year-old developmentally disabled man.
Franklin Schools Superintendent Arnol Elam has agreed to pay the costs of his letter to parents and a new one saying he made some inappropriate statements about the Governor and some state lawmakers.
State officials say Ohio is being awarded a 3 million dollar federal grant to expand an approach to better coordinate medical care for patients and change how certain procedures are funded.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman made no major promises in his 14th State of The City Speech delivered last night at South High School.
Bond is set at 1-million dollars for a New Albany physician charged with killing a woman and her unborn child.
University of Cincinnati officials say they have reached their one-billion dollar fundraising goal.
A Franklin County judge Thursday sentenced one of three men convicted in the slaying of a Dublin gas-station attendant to life in prison.
Ohio's John Kasich is one of the nation's most conservative governors.
The last two of 16 Amish people found guilty in beard- and hair-cutting attacks on fellow Amish have appealed their convictions.
A jury has cleared a former high school football player of a rape charge.
State lawmakers and Attorney General Mike DeWine are promoting legislation to stop the financial exploitation of older Ohioans.
The Columbus Division of Fire has a new cell phone app that sends text alerts to CPR-certified subscribers when someone is having a heart attack.
Franklin County Sheriff's deputies have identified the driver of a minivan killed in a crash on the Far West side last week.